Category Archives: renaissance europe

The Council Of Constance

For a while now, I’ve known that the Council of Constance played a part in ending the Great Schism that separated the Roman Catholic Church, but it was only when I started digging into the life of Alfonso De Borja … Continue reading

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A Little Bit About Me

I apologise for the delay in blog posts, my laptop ended up dying on me and so had to be sent for repair. But now it’s back, you lot get to put up with me posting again. Hurah! Since being … Continue reading

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Cesare Borgia

Cesare Borgia has to be one of my favourite historical people. And why is that? Possibly because he is classified as one of the most evil men in history who killed thousands of people and the rumours that he was … Continue reading

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A Little Bit Of Background

I have to admit, this is a little disconcerting. I’m new to this history blogging thing although I have studied history since before I can remember. I’ve been following a few history blogs for a while now, some alot better … Continue reading

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